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The Columbus Dispatch
Taste of Vietnam offers Asian flavors in Old Worthingtonsauce (bun), and appetizers (khai vi). Most meals are around $10. It is Nguye
Taste of Vietnam offers Asian flavors in Old Worthington
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
sauce (bun), and appetizers (khai vi). Most meals are around $10. It is Nguyen’s first restaurant. A recent graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University with a degree in international business and a minor in Mandarin Chinese, her business plan included... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Ohio colleges have funds to help students in emergenciesyou'll be unable to fulfill all the demands," said Dwayne Todd, vice president
Ohio colleges have funds to help students in emergencies
The Alliance Review / Posted 6 days ago
you'll be unable to fulfill all the demands," said Dwayne Todd, vice president for student engagement and success at Ohio Wesleyan University, where an informal process makes small grants available to about 20 students a year. At Ohio State... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio colleges' new dorms encourage interaction outside rooms, not luxury perks— hot tubs, balconies and pools, anyone? – won’t find it in new dorms opening t
Ohio colleges' new dorms encourage interaction outside rooms, not luxury perks
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 7 days ago
— hot tubs, balconies and pools, anyone? – won’t find it in new dorms opening this weekend at Ohio State University and Ohio Wesleyan University. On both campuses, the new student rooms are pleasant but spartan in a traditional dorm way: open... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Mary Hunter BontleyMrs. Bontley was a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware. She was a
Mary Hunter Bontley
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 17 days ago
Mrs. Bontley was a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware. She was a homemaker and a devoted member of Unity Presbyterian Church. She was an avid golfer and life-long bridge player. She will be remembered for her strong mind, her positive... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Central Ohio colleges have funds to help students in emergenciesyou’ll be unable to fulfill all the demands,” said Dwayne Todd, vice president
Central Ohio colleges have funds to help students in emergencies
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 20 days ago
you’ll be unable to fulfill all the demands,” said Dwayne Todd, vice president for student engagement and success at Ohio Wesleyan University, where an informal process makes small grants available to about 20 students a year. At Ohio State... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
2016 Scholarships Mahoning CountyFootball Scholarship, $244,986. Brennan Bizon: Duquesne, Dukes Academic Schola
2016 Scholarships Mahoning County
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 21 days ago
Football Scholarship, $244,986. Brennan Bizon: Duquesne, Dukes Academic Scholarship, $96,000. Nicholas Braydich: Ohio Wesleyan University, Branch Rickey Scholarship, $100,000. Daniel Driscoll: Columbia University, Academic Scholarship,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Crowds mark 50th anniversary of King's march for fair housing in ChicagoThings like this wake people up if they care enough to come out and be a part o
Crowds mark 50th anniversary of King's march for fair housing in Chicago
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Things like this wake people up if they care enough to come out and be a part of it." Jon Powers, 67, chaplain at Ohio Wesleyan University, brought 300 students from Ohio to the rally. He said he was 17 when King marched in Chicago and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Google cares about emoji equality, but does it really matter?that don't limit women to stereotypical female roles. Amy Butcher, an author a
Google cares about emoji equality, but does it really matter?
CBC.ca / Posted 24 days ago
that don't limit women to stereotypical female roles. Amy Butcher, an author and assistant professor of English at Ohio Wesleyan University, wrote an op-ed for the New York Times about the problem back in March. "Yes, there were women's... Read more
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CBS News
​Apple's new emojis: Hello diversity, goodbye gunthe diversity of people everywhere." "Where, I wanted to know, was the fierce
​Apple's new emojis: Hello diversity, goodbye gun
CBS News / Posted 26 days ago
the diversity of people everywhere." "Where, I wanted to know, was the fierce professor working her way to tenure?" asked Ohio Wesleyan University professor Amy Butcher in The New York Times earlier this year. "Where was the lawyer? The... Read more
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The Washington Times
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattailsto me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,”
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattails
The Washington Times / Posted 28 days ago
to me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,” said Michael Flamm, history professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and author of “In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the War on Crime.” “I do... Read more
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Salem News
Salem Community Foundation awards scholarships(Youngstown State University), Reegan Barnett (Ohio University), Lester Chilton
Salem Community Foundation awards scholarships
Salem News / Posted 28 days ago
(Youngstown State University), Reegan Barnett (Ohio University), Lester Chilton (University of Akron), Cierra Cresanto (Ohio Wesleyan University), Storm Haueter (Ohio University), Jessica Martinelli (University of Akron), Rachel Menegos (Kent... Read more
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CBC.ca
Google cares about emoji equality, but does it really matter?that don't limit women to stereotypical female roles. Amy Butcher, an author a
Google cares about emoji equality, but does it really matter?
CBC.ca / Posted 29 days ago
that don't limit women to stereotypical female roles. Amy Butcher, an author and assistant professor of English at Ohio Wesleyan University, wrote an op-ed for the New York Times about the problem back in March. "Yes, there were women's... Read more
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CTV News
Former KKK leader seeks to ride Trump's wave in Senate bidto me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,"
Former KKK leader seeks to ride Trump's wave in Senate bid
CTV News / Posted 29 days ago
to me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time," said Michael Flamm, history professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and author of "In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the War on Crime." "I do... Read more
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Salon.com
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattailsto me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,”
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattails
Salon.com / Posted 29 days ago
to me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,” said Michael Flamm, history professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and author of “In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the War on Crime.” “I do... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattailsto me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,”
Duke seeks return to political relevance on Trump coattails
The Seattle Times / Posted 29 days ago
to me is that he feels emboldened enough to step into the arena one more time,” said Michael Flamm, history professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and author of “In the Heat of the Summer: The New York Riots of 1964 and the War on Crime.” “I do... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Daniel G. Ransom, retired president of Hengerer’s department storePark. He was 87. Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio, Mr. Ransom received a bachelor’s
Daniel G. Ransom, retired president of Hengerer’s department store
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
Park. He was 87. Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio, Mr. Ransom received a bachelor’s degree in English and political science from Ohio Wesleyan University. He then joined the U.S. Army, serving from 1951 to 1953. He moved to Buffalo in 1968 and was... Read more

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